My name is Andrew
My journey with 3D Printing.
I finally took the plunge and bought a 3D printer, this is what happened.
My new site
Why I took my minimalist site and threw half of it away.
My last site was very simple, quick to load, and worked on all devices. So why did I ditch it?
Gestural Interaction and Machine Intelligence.
I had the opportunity to work with some amazing people at Microsoft Research, focussing on Gestural Interaction and Machine Intelligence.
Autonomous, community involved, adaptive garden monitor.
MOTHER is a cluster of environment aware tiles, built into a column, who takes care of your garden. She monitors how your garden responds to changes in environment and stimulus, shares her findings online via social networks, and compares her results with those of other systems in other gardens.
Automated Deployment Systems
Automated system monitoring and repair.
I built ADS for the Science Museum in London so that the abundant Macs used in gallery could be monitored and repaired as much as possible without human involvement.
The world's first multi-touch operating system.
FlickOS was the world's first multi-touch operating system. It was built as an interaction design proof of concept in Flash. Eventually the project was sidelined, parts of it though were folded into MOTHER and ADS.
Jobs that didn't make the first page.
I've been doing this for a long time. The older jobs or ones that used technology I no longer do live in The Archive.
My time avoiding code.
A collection of my scribbles - all done in the name of wasting time.
Things I write.
A small collection of my blog posts and articles.
People I have proudly worked with.
Google, Microsoft Research, HTC Phones, CitiBank, Digital Video Systems, Electrosonic, The Environment Agency, City & Guilds, Arts Council England, Royal Mail, Framestore, The Mill, Moving Picture Company, Passion Pictures, 3D Systems, Luxology, Nevercenter, Pixologic, Autodesk, Alias, National Museums of Science & Industry, The Natural History Museum, Science Museums Group.